Speaker Cable, White, Pure Copper, CM / Inwall rated, 16/4 (16 AWG 4 Conductor), 65 Strand / 0.16mm, Poolbox, 250 foot

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  • Warranty: Lifetime
  • UPC Number: 846568025594
  • End 1: Bare end
  • End 2: Bare end
  • Length: 250 feet
  • Color: White
  • Wire: 16 AWG
  • Weight: 18.00 lbs
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Speaker Cable, White, Pure Copper, CM / Inwall rated, 16/4 (16 AWG 4 Conductor), 65 Strand / 0.16mm, Poolbox, 250 foot

This white 16 AWG (American Wire Gauge) 4 conductor Speaker cable is CM rated for in-wall use, though it need not be used strictly in-wall. It comes in a convenient 250 foot spool and is ideal for wiring the speakers in your home theater or house to your receiver. Each conductor (wire) is composed of 65 0.16 mm strands made from pure copper which provides the optimal conductivity/low resistance to drive high quality audio to your speakers.

Our speaker wire is made from pure copper. Some companies use the marketing term oxygen free copper which really means there is no iron oxide in the wire. When oxides of iron are in the copper, the conductivity of the wire reduces due to the higher resistance of the iron oxide. So it is in your best interest to install speaker wire made with pure copper like ours are. Another misnomer is that copper clad aluminum is the same quality as pure copper; this is false. The resistance (Ohms) between the two differ and as resistance in the cable increases the power delivered to the speaker is reduced. The sound will be lower and can lose some of its quality. If copper's conductivity, due to resistance, is rated at 100% then aluminum's conductivity would be rated at 61%. In order to deliver the same quality of sound with aluminum one would need a much larger gauge.
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4 / 5 4/5 - December 03, 2014
BW (Salem, NH)

Overall this wire is not bad. The jacket is flexible and looks clean. The inner conductor jackets are a bit rigid. Still worth the money.

5 / 5 5/5 - April 04, 2013
WH (Martinsville, In)

I used this to wire smoke alarms in hew construction

5 / 5 5/5 - March 19, 2012
GT (Sammamish, WA)

Much better quality than could be purchased locally.

5 / 5 5/5 - December 18, 2010
DC (Downingtown, PA)

This product is great quality, and a great value for your money.